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"dr chris moore" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

This Unmillennial Life

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"dr chris moore" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

"With my friend and colleague, Dr Chris Moore, you heard Chris on the show here before he's weighed in on a number of the fitness related podcasts and even shared some thoughts with us in the protein bar episode. But knowing that Chris is an expert in this area of protein research, and especially muscle recovery after exercise. I wanted to bring him on the show today to really dive into one whether or not protein powders or even necessary in your diet and to how to choose the right one. If you haven't had a chance to listen to Chris in any of the previous episodes, I want to briefly just introduce him to you Chris has a PHD in exercise physiology and is a registered dietitian. He's the previous consulting sports nutritionist for the Cincinnati Bengals and the university of Massachusetts athletic program. He's spoken all over the United States and internationally on the topic of nutrition, and fitness, and I am always honored to have him here on the show. Chris welcome to the show me back Reagan. Yeah, I was gonna say I should say welcome back to the show because so kind to weigh in on both fitness and nutrition topics here on the podcast and when we originally did the protein bar episode you wait in then on protein recommendations. But I think it never hurts to start there. And I just kind of put out there for women, especially who are listening to this podcast what the current recommendations are in your recommendations as a professional on how much protein women need to be getting in their diet and especially at different meals. Great question in such such a certainly an important topic. So typically the recommendation, and we can look at grams per kilogram of body weight, and so on, but to be honest, I think for most people I I usually just like to give a gram recommendation and then provide some foods that would fall into that category. So for most people typically recommend around twenty grams of protein to thirty grams of protein per meal now, of course, there might be some variations depending on the size of the person, the body weight and body fat, and so on, but for the majority of the population that twenty to thirty grams seems to work really really well, and what does that look like in terms of foods? It could be a Cup of cottage cheese. It could be a few whole eggs with some egg whites. It could be something like a smoothie or some protein bars could be a combination of foods, maybe a handful of nuts with some Greek yogurt or things like that. But there's no variety of foods. You know, certainly animal proteins can easily fall into that. As well kind of three to five inches of animal protein, which is about the size of your hand would all provide around that twenty to thirty grams per meal, which is important when I say per meal, not just at dinner and not just launched but all throughout the day breakfast lunch dinner, then there's some snacks in there as well..

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"dr chris moore" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

This Unmillennial Life

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"dr chris moore" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

"Welcome back. Okay. As I said before, the break I realized when I started putting this episode together for you guys that some of the things that we've been doing in the beginning of the summer when my kids were already out of school and we were using the chore sticks, and we had chores and we had responsibilities, it all kind of fell apart once school started. I mean, the reality is my kids when they are home all day every day during the summer, there's so much time to have them doing different chores and different responsibilities. But that's not happening right now that school is back in session. So I sent that questioned Becky to say, how does she handle things? She gave me, of course, some wonderful ideas. I'm just going to share those with you. She said that during the school week, she really keeps everything simple. She talked about this in episode that she has this philosophy that you don't really even come downstairs in the morning until you've done your basic responsibilities. So they're rims cleaned up with their bed, maids. Their pajamas put away, curtains open, and their lights are turned off. My family is not doing that, but the culture our is coming. And we are going to start. She also just said, you know, daily responsibilities are putting away your things. So putting plates away cleaning up after meals, putting backpacks away. Again, these are not chores. These are considered the responsibilities of being a member of the family. She talked about the dishwasher assembly line that they do. They keep that going through the school week. She has a garbage rotation where different children are taking garbage out throughout the week. So that is one kind of chore related activity that they're required to do. And then one that I thought that was super helpful was she said, after school, they are in charge of packing their own lunch and then having me check it before they put it into the refrigerator, adjust saw my friend Dr. Chris Moore and his wife. Dr Karen more had posted about this recently doing lunches the night before. I don't know if they're doing them in the afternoon or the night before, but this struck me as such a good idea. I find myself every morning bleary eyed waking. Up thinking, did they even bring their lunch box in? Is it dirty? Is it claimed so for those of you that are packing lunches, that's a good responsibility to think about doing right as soon as they get home, have them make their own lunch for the next day and put it in the refrigerator. And then she says before bedtime that they have to make sure that their rooms are cleaned and then they're shoes or put away laptops or charged. In her case, their school gives them laptops. Homework is in their backpacks, shoes ruin their baskets, and they are prepared for the following day conviction, conviction conviction, that is what I'm feeling over here. Not that Becky has made me feel bad. I aspire to do more of what she's doing. And I hope that this podcast for you guys has given you some different ideas about ways that you can get the ball rolling if you haven't already in doing chores and responsibilities with your children. The one thing that I wanna do before we move over to the odds and end is give you that plea to please reach out and let me know if. If you are doing chores in a way with your family that you feel is working and working? Well, I would love to hear from you either via Email. Reagan at this lineal life dot com, or even better leave me voice mail. You can do that by going to this a millennial live dot com slash contact now to wrap up the show..

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